Posts filed under: solar energy

The Technological Institute for Solar Energy, Low Emissions Mining and Advanced Materials of Lithium and other materials, will be set up with a mixture of public funding and 30% private investment. The planned new center is part of CORFO’s efforts...
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The Google generation is changing industries from retail to call centers — and everything in between. Thanks to the internet, DIY solutions to problems big and small are often just a few clicks away. But when it comes to a...
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Solar Energy Will Thrive David Sandalow, the inaugural fellow at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, is a former under secretary of energy and assistant secretary for policy and international affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy. UPDATED MAY 3,...
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TALLAHASSEE — Florida legislators voted Wednesday to put a clean energy amendment on the August primary ballot, allowing voters to decide whether or not to give businesses two different tax breaks when they install solar panels on their properties. The...
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